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Drive cams that can be transferred to other vehicles?

Triton54

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Hey guys, like the title says, is there such a thing? I have 3 vehicles that I would like to have some sort of camera in, and really don't want to buy 3 different devices. I would use just the cig lighter for power in all, so probably not the cleanest install but fairly easy to move about? I don't know Jack about drive cams but with all the strange drivers out and about, I am thinking that it's time..... If it matters, the vehicles are my 18 GT, a 07 Infiniti g35, and a 14 Ford Edge. another reason is the Mustang is stored for over 4 months, and I trade off driving duties between the other 2 all year long.
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You can use one camera and do a blend-mount in all your vehicles. Best option is a hardwiring kit for each car but if you’re using a DC plug then you’ll have a cord interrupting your vision as you’ll want the camera high up on the windshield.
Some cameras like Blackvue are removable from their mounts if you don’t want to do the blendmount method.
 

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You can use one camera and do a blend-mount in all your vehicles. Best option is a hardwiring kit for each car but if you’re using a DC plug then you’ll have a cord interrupting your vision as you’ll want the camera high up on the windshield.
Some cameras like Blackvue are removable from their mounts if you don’t want to do the blendmount method.
Thanks for this - helpful
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